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Law (by Research) - LLM


Lancaster University Law School

Full time & Part time October LLM 12 months full-time, 24 months part-time

About the course

The LLM by Research is primarily made available for those who wish to complete a research degree in one year (full-time) and may be particularly suited to those who already have some practical expertise.

The intended subject of the research should normally be one in which the Law School does not offer a taught Masters degree. Whilst the work is primarily individual, you will be advised to take some research training in the form of appropriate LLM modules or modules from the Faculty Research Training Programme.

Typically, successful applications contain a viable research proposal and are focused on our areas of research expertise, further entry requirements can be found below.

As a student on this degree, you will write a dissertation (35,000 words), with the supervision of one of our

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Entry Requirements

2:1 Hons degree (UK or equivalent) in any background.


As part of your application you also need a suitable proposal.


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